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Liz Holzemer - Author, writer, survivor, founder of Meningioma Mommas
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Curveball

Winner of the Colorado Authors' League 2008 "Harvey" Award for Book Length Nonfiction: Service and Informational.

“…the author maintains reader interest from episode to the next with clear style and easily grasped concepts. The user’s manual at the end might be useful for those seeking help with similar medical problems. Light, quirky reading.” --Dr. Juan Bruce-Novoa, Professor of Literature; Director of the University of California Irvine Chicano Literary Prize Contest; novelist, short story writer, poet.

 

Street Date: April 1, 2007

ISBN 978-0-9789454-7-1

 

"There's nothing funny about a brain tumor, but Liz Holzemer blends laughter, joy and warmth into the inspiring story of how she survived the scariest moment of her life. Now Liz makes a difference every day, dedicating herself to making sure no one has to battle a brain tumor alone. Life threw Liz a curve ball, but she hit it right out of the park!"--Bill Shaikin, Los Angeles Times

 

"This is a winning book about baseball, babies, and a brain tumor...This book demonstrates the reason that Liz has been given many awards for her courage and optimistic approach to life. Liz Holzemer has done a great service to doctors and patients alike in writing this book. As a journalist, she has been able to capture the agony and joy of living through a brain tumor with sensitivity and humor. Read it to understand how an intelligent, gifted, life-loving woman survives hard medical times." --Dr. Peter McLaren Black, Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston; the Franc D. Ingraham Professor of Neurosurgery at Harvard Medical School; the Chief Neurosurgical Oncology at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute; and Neurosurgeon-in-Chief at Children's Hospital, Boston.

 

"A fast-paced account of one young woman’s ‘take no prisoners’ effort against her meningioma tumor. Her straightforward account, told with honesty and humor, will inspire readers while her list of “Questions to ask your doctor” will help guide patients and their families in search of information.” --Dr. Elizabeth B. Claus, M.D., PhD., Associate Professor, Yale University School of Medicine and Associate Neurosurgeon, Brigham and Women's Hospital

 

"This was a fast, fun, and ultimately uplifting read about a deadly serious subject. Liz Holzemer has a great perspective on life after battling an all too common affliction that could have killed her. This book is full of practical advice for anybody experiencing a sudden health crisis. It also contains some terrific baseball words of wisdom."--Craig Silverman, Denver attorney and KHOW Caplis & Silverman radio talk show host

 

"What a heartfelt book. Something I think everyone should read to have a better handle on what the doctor does not tell you about a brain tumor and the effects on both the patient and their caretakers."--John Vukovich, former Major League Player, coach and brain tumor fighter who lost his battle to brain cancer in 2007.

 

"How do you tackle a topic like a brain tumor with warmth, hope and humor?  Not an easy task - but Liz succeeds because she speaks from the heart and from personal experience.  The book flows nicely, thanks to Liz's sense of humor.  Her easy going, no nonsense style arm the reader with real life tools to face the unknown.  Anyone facing a hurdle in life will find inspiration in Liz's approach to overcoming fears.  Liz's warmth, humor, and honesty make this more than just a 'good read'—it's an inspirational story for anyone facing the unknown."

Mitch Jelniker, 7NEWS, Denver

 

"An unforgettable journey told with wit, grit, honesty and inspiration!"

David Bailey, 14-year brain cancer survivor and inspirational musician who lost his battle in 2010

 

 "Liz Holzemer is a journalist and survivor of brain tumor surgeries who is now giving back to the community. She has written a very readable, down-to-earth, humorous and personal account of her ordeal that other patients will find very useful. As the wife of a professional baseball pitcher, the sports analogies she injects throughout the book are quite clever and help to maintain an upbeat tone, which is important to any patient who is facing such a serious diagnosis. The descriptions of the patient experience of a craniotomy are accurate, detailed and sobering. I commend her for this effort and congratulate her for this timely and important contribution."--Dr. Eric L. Zager, Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Pennsylvania

 

“As a brain tumor survivor, I found myself identifying with many of the moments Liz Holzemer shares in her book. Her style is pure, humorous and very human.”

Sarah Gupta, LICSW, Director of Support Services, Brain Tumor Society

 

TO ORDER CURVEBALL:

 

http://www.amazon.com/Curveball-When-Throws-Brain-Tumor/dp/0978945670/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1291351672&sr=8-7

*Liz donates a percentage of all proceeds to meningioma specific research.*

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